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Tesla To Release "Alive In Europe" In April, Reveals Tracklisting

After 25 years, 12 albums, over 2,500 shows, over 16 million albums sold worldwide, Tesla is planning a new live album entitled "Alive In Europe." The band has toured Europe after the successful release of their latest studio opus "Forever More" on Frontiers Records. "Alive In Europe" was recorded at various locations during the European shows in the summer of 2009 and is slated for an April 23, 2010 release.

"Alive In Europe" is filled with live songs including all the band’s classics such as “Modern Day Cowboy,” “Signs,” "What You Give,” "Little Suzi," and songs from the latest release such as the single “I Wanna Live,” the album title track and more. The complete tracklisting is as follows:

Forever More
I Wanna Live
Modern Day Cowboy
Heaven’s Trail
What a Shame
Shine Away
Love Song
What You Give
The Way It Is
Breakin’ Free
Hang Tough
So What!
Signs
Lil’ Suzie
Into the Now

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1. WOLF7 writes:

I guess they're trying to prove that they're alive, even if only in europe

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2. Rychemn writes:

Actually, Tesla has never really gone away, some of my friends seen them for the first time last year at the house of blues and were impressed over their live performance.....and the ladies still really dig them, if you catch my drift..hee, hee....

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